A MUSICIAN with epilepsy is releasing a new EP to raise money for a charity which helps people with his condition.

Mathew Goodman, 33, is a music technician, graphic designer and video editor who has set up his own company Sound Soldier Productions.

The dad of one, of Bedford Road, Macclesfield, suffers from epilepsy and wants to increase awareness of the condition through his audio and video projects, as well as raise money for the David Lewis Centre which supports people with epilepsy and learning difficulties.

Mathew Goodman

Mathew has now released a new EP called Dweeb Jesus under his alias Bulgemaster & The Crisis Team.

It has eight tracks of electronic music and features friends and collaborators Beit Nun, Dan Bull and RedEye.

The artwork for the EP features a diamond studded helmet commonly used by people with epilepsy to prevent head injuries.

Matthew said: "This EP is a collection of material I have been working on for a while.

"The diamond helmet is a striking image. You wouldn't know that it was a blinged up epilepsy helmet if you weren't told. I wanted to make an impact with that image."

The EP is available for download on iTunes now.

All profits go to the David Lewis Centre.